Friday, May 25, 2018

Tag Archives: hoteliers

Young staff: try before you hire

The Australian Hotels Association has announced that it is supporting up to 10,000 internships across the Australian hotels and hospitality industry through the Federal Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) program. 

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Quest Eight Mile Plains officially open

Duncan Pegg, State Labor MP for Stretton, and Australian swimming legend, Hayley Lewis, have joined Quest general manager – franchise operations, David Ridgeway, to officially open Quest Eight Mile Plains.

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Basic, better, best: low season revenue strategies

Low season; it’s a term no hotelier likes to hear. In times of lower demand, some hoteliers adopt the ‘busy hotel is a successful hotel’ strategy, accepting lower-rated business and relying on the in-house spend in food and beverage, spa, ancillary and more, to top up revenue.

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Keeping your loo roll squared away

The modern toilet roll: an essential item across the Western world. We can thank the Brits for the paper product most of us know and appreciate; for, it is the British Perforated Paper Company that is credited with inventing a slightly cruder version way back in 1880.

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